The seven inch tablet comes with 4GB of RAM, 128GB of storage and WiFi, Bluetooth, and 4G LTE.
The Tegra K1 was announced at CES and is a next generation mobile processor that is based on the Kepler architecture found on the company's PC GeForce graphics cards. The K1 has 192-cores and has the power to run desktop grade software and graphics on a mobile device.
Google said that the tablet has a front facing camera with a 120-degree viewing angle, a 4MP rear camera, motion tracking camera, and an integrated depth sensor. The combination of these sensors plus NVIDIA's K1 allows the device to perform detailed tracking to create amazing three-dimensional environments.
Before anyone gets too excited, Google has not ever released a concrete objective for its Project Tango devices. They are more or less built so that the ATAP team has a vision of creating something that could one day impact the way we use and think about devices.
That said, the tablet will be available as a development kit later this year and will cost $1,024. These units are intended for developers and will be available in limited quantities. Have a look at it in action below.